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THE DAILY HERALD.
Jesse O. Wheeler, Proprietor.
Consolidated in 1893 viih the Dar Cos
mopolitan which was published
Brownsville for sixteen years.
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FFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY JOURNAL
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MONDAY, 1VLY 24, 1905.
TIME TABLE
Condensed Through Schedule
Between
San Antonio, Houston and Brownsville
ST. L. B. & M. R. R.
S STATIONS
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A. M. P- M
S;40 Lv.. Brownsville.. AR 7:25
A M, p M
6j30 Lv.. Fordyce Ar 9:30
a. M. r. m.
-ilOiOO Lv..Harlingcn ...Ar 6:10
i. m. i r. m.
3:00 An..KingsviUc ...Lv 1:30
1 M, M
3s00 Lv..K3ng8villc...AR 1:10
r. m. A M
6;20 Ar; .Sinton Lv 10:00
P. M. A.M.
8:15 Lv.. Sinton Ar 9:45
12:00 Ar.. Kenedy Lv 5:30
A. M. A.M.
1237 Lv. .Kenedy Ar 5:30
A. M. .
7:45 Ar. .Houston Lv 10:15
A M. A. M.
5:30 Lv.. Kenedy Ar 12:37
A. Jtf p M-
7:45 Ar.. San Antonio.. Lv 10:15
Through tram between Brownsville and
Corpus Christi as follows:
Leave Brownsville 8:15 a. m.
Arrive Corpus Christi 4:15 p. in.
Leave 7:15 a.m.
Arrive Brownsville 3:45 p. m.
RIO GRANDE RAILROAD.
Leave Brownsville daily 5 p. m.
Arrive Point Isabel daily 6:30 p. m.
Leave Point Isabel daily. 7 a. m.
Arrive Brownsville daily 8:30 a. m.
Aug. Cklaya,
Pres. and Gen. Man.
Plant hogs and alfalfa.
The Herald is in receipt of the
August number of the Frisco Ma
gazine. It is a very atttractivel
journal, and contains much to
both interest and amuse.
Hogs and alfalfa offer a combi
nation which will defeat the truck
commission sharks, and also fatten
the growers' bank account. A ten
months old hog is worth more than
a four year old steer, and the hog
can be raised on a very much small
er area of land than that required
to produce the steer. .
The Corpus Christi Caller an
nounces that begining Tuesday,
August 1, it will issue a daily;
which will furnish all the news,
-local and telegraphic, up to 4
o'clock every day except Sunday.
The weekly Caller has always been
recQgnized as one of the leading
newspapers of southwest Texas,
and The Herald hopes the new
daily will receive the same consi
deration. The daily will have a
complete new dress, new head and
everything that is calculated to
make it a success.
Gladys was teaching her little
sister Dorothy to print. For a
copy she printed the word CAT
on Dorothy's slate. Dorothy took
the pencil and copied it as nearly
as possible. After she had done
this, she made a little crooked line
on the lower end of the letter T.
"Why, Dorothy, why do you
put that mark there?' ' asked Gla-dvs.
Oh,' said Dorothy, that's her
.Little Chrauiele . . ;
ourolhniusfedfe"
"It depends," answered Farmer
CoraUssoJ. "He's liable to take
his tituc doin chore, but if you
ever get him on second base with
a food hitter up, lie's liable to be
about the buisst thing ah saxtft."
Washington Star.
Notice.
All persons interested in the es
tate of Manuel M- Garza, deceased,
or those having claims against him
will present same within ten days
to Frank Otxman,
7-24-S-3 Brownsville,. Texas.
Letter to Wm. J. RusjcII.
Brownsville, Texas.
Dear Sir: The Trustees of Fair
Ground, Cobleskill, N Yf were
giad to pay 15 cents a gallon more
for Devoe; and no wonder. Two
other paint agents said it would
take 150 gallons of their paint to
cover the buildings.
Our agent put at 125 or less.
It took 115.
We saved them 35 gallons of
paint and painting (worth $4 to $5
a gallon, as the painting costs two
or three times as much as the
paint) less 15 cents a gallon on
115 gallons. Say $140.
That's how to count the cost of
paint. The costs of putting it on
is $3 or $4 a gallon. You see what
that means. Go by Devoe.
Yours truly
F W Devoe & Co
35 New York
P.S.Frontier Lumber Co., sells
our paint.
Our friend, Mr. J. A. Wier,
brings in news of a good forage
crop, that of milo maze. He has
several acres in milo maze which
he planted on the 10th day of April
and cut on the 5th of July, pro
ducing a yield of 35 or 40 bushels
per acre. Mr. Wier brought several
of those heads to town and they are
pronounced fine by all who have
seen them. With a yield of 35 or
40 bushels of grain to the acre in
less than three months, this coun
try ought to, if for nothing else,
be the greatest hog and poultry
country in the south. However,
hogs and poultry are not all that
can be made to grow and fatten on
milo maze; it is equal to corn for
working stock. Kingsville Times,
LIST OF LETTERS.
The uncalled for letters remain
ing in the postoffice of Brownsville,
for the week ending Saturday,
July 22, 1905, are as follows:
ladies' list.
Adams, Mrs. R. N.
Gay tan, Antonia
Warner, Miss E.
gentlemen's list.
Alaniz, Serapio
Bargas, Melquiades
Flores, Gerardo
Gonzales, Bonifacio
Olivo, Paula
Rendon, Guadalupe
Rivera, Jesus
Saldana Jesus
Santos, Pedro E. de los
Sanchez, Sirldo
Villalovos, Petronilo C.
Vellez, Pedro.
Persons calling for the above let
ters please say advertised.
J. B.Sharpe, Postmaster.
Of Course, He Knew It.
COME TO US!
WHEN YOU NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED
We doubt whether there i a better equipped pre
scription department in the country. Everything is
the best absolutely. We insist on precision in weight
exactness in measure and the greatest care and accu
racy in compounding. Every drug reliable, fresh
and effective. We have the confidence of your phy
sician, kindly ask him. :-: PHONE 40
WILLMAN'S PHARMACY
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
.tail'
"I am, of course, the first girl
ou ever loved?"
"Do I make love like a begin
ner?"
"But I am the first girl you ever
issed."
"Do I kiss like an amateur?"
"But surely lam the first girl
ou have ever hugged?"
"Do I hug like a novice?"
''But you love me for myself
alone?"
I might if it wasn't for your
money.
"I can never be yours."
"Would you have believed me
I had said you were the first girl
had ever loved?"
"No, but "
"Would you have believed me
I had said you were the first girl
had ever kissed?"
"No, but "
' Woul d you have believedrae if
I had sard ;ou were the first girl I
had ever hiiggcd?"
if
if
"No, but "
"Would you have believed me if
I had said that I loved .you for
yourself alone?"
"Perhaps not, but "
"Then what did you want when
you asked that string of questions"
"I wanted to be lied to, and you
knew it, you brutal thing!"
For Sale.
Stock of hogs, or will seli boars,
sows aud pigs in pairs or singly.
Call at Lake View farm, or tele
phone 1024 rings. 7-'lS-tf
Fordyce & Rio Grande City Transfer Co
Stage leaves Fordyce on arrival of train, except Sunday, and ar
rives at Rio Grande City same night taking just four hours.
Leaves Rio Grande City daily at 2 p. m., except Sunday, and arrives at
Fordyce same day at 6 p. m.
Makes the trip in four hours and connects at Fordyce with trains for
Brownsville, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Texas; Monterey and other
cities in Mexico.
FARE ONE WAY $2.50; ROUND TRIP $4.00
Passengers will find along the route first-class hacks and teams, thus
t-aveling with case and convenience. Drivers are the best to be found.
ExUa hacks will be furnished either way, if desired, at reasonable rates.
GUERRA & SHELY, Proprietors
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lV TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER
11 II
Rice Journal j
I. W. Harper Rye
"On Evacy Tongue."
Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; absolutely pmrm.
Rett, and saftat for all am.
$U by T. CR1XELL BRO.
COMPETENT PHARMACY
ESTABLISHED 1865
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Botica del Leon
r ....You WantHhe Best
Your Physician aims to put all his knowledge, experi
ence and skill into the prescription he writes. It is an order
: for a combination of remedies which your case requires. He
i cannot rely on the result unless the ingredients are properly
5 compounded.
Be fair to your doctor and to yourself by bringing your
orescriotions here. They'll be compounded only by registered
oharmacists. who are aided by the largest stock of drugs in tkis
! part of the state. Everything of the finest-quality thatmaey can
buy or experience can select.
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THE COOL WAY
NORTH
EAST
Electric fans in chair cars and sleepers
all the way to St. Louis & Kansas. City
' BESj SERVICE, BEST RATES to all LAKE RESORTS
Write for information,
C. W. STRAIN, G. P. A., ';
fot woRTti; teaas"
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Kelley's New Life.
" Tjctroit, Mich. , May 10 1905.' -Kelley's
NcwNLifcft. . " "
I had Rheumatism for 30 years. Tried
everything. No relief came. Dr. Kelley's
New Life cured me
Yottrs Truly,
J. B. Rodgcrs.
rittflburgh Pa., March 3, 1905.
KoHosys New Ufa:
I had stomach trouble and lame back
fiw years. Kelley's New Life cured me.
F. Blucbakcr.
Toledo, Ohio, April 7, 1905.
Kollcy's New Life:
I had hay fever the last 3 years; have
taken Kelley's New Life; have felt no
symptoms of the fever; lam Cured.
Mrs. C L. Hicks.
If not at your Druggists write Kelley's
New Life, Sandusky, Ohio.
R. B. CPEAGER, ,
" Attorney ind -
m-nscIJor-at-lM-"
Office, over Yturria Bank, Eliza
beth Street.
TT If. EDWARDS
fJ ...Attorneu-at-Law
and Land Agent.,.
Hidalgo, Texas
Offers at a bargain lands in Hidalgo
and Starr counties- Titles inves
tigated and perfected and abstracts
and family trees furnished upon
short notice. Charges moderate.
Correspondence Solicited. 4-t7tf
Southern Farmer
CROWLEY, LOUISIANA
The well known authority on all
matters connected with Rice Rais
ing, Rice Marketing, Southern
Agriculture, Live Stock Poultry
Raising and kindred pursuits
The Brownsville Weekly Herald lias
made arrangements whereby it can offer a
coupon calling" for a year's subscription to this
peerless Southern Agricultural paper FREE
OF CHARGE to every subscriber to this
paper who will pay up all arrearages, and
$1.50 the regular 'price for a year in ad
vance. Your subscription to your local paper
is due in advance anyway. Now if you will
pay us what is due we will include, ABSO
LUTELY WITHOUT EXTRA COST, the
coupon good for one year's subscription to the
RICE JOURNAL AND SOUTHERN FARMER.
New subscribers paying one year in advance at
the regular rates are entitled to same premium.
Take advantage of this, offer and try to induce
your n&ghborstfo do the same ' Sample copies
free. This offer good for sixty days from date.
Address,
BROWNSVILLE (TEXAS) WEEKLY HERALD.
The DAILY HERALD
Established July 4, 1892, and con-
solidatedtjwffii the Daily vGosmopol-
itan July 1, 1S93. During this in
terval The DAilvHerald has been
under one continuous management
and has ever been found battling for
the upbuilding, of the Brownsville
country. Can we not send you a
' sam,PlC0M,? , A postacard, will, do,
the worlc 50c month; $&00 year.
Daily Herald
BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS
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